See you at the park! Bryant Park Presents Modern Dance
Inception To Exhibition and Bryant Park
The stage is set...The dancers are ready...
All we need is you!!
Bryant Park Festival Line-Up
Friday, June 19, 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Steps Repertory Ensemble: Versatile dancers perform acclaimed works by brilliant
Loni Landon Projects: Sophisticated, highly physical movement, executed with beelike agility.
Francesca Harper Project: Classical forms combine with fierce energy in dance inspired by imperfection, love, politics and identity.
Friday, June 26, 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Renegade Performance Group: Investigating dance and performance through Afrofutursim.
Carolyn Dorfman Dance: Acclaimed company builds dramatic narratives with its exhilarating movement and bold imagery.
Cornfield Dance: Lush movements frame everyday life with wit, playfulness, passion and beauty.
Friday, July 3, 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Earl Mosley’s Diversity of Dance: A diverse rep company with funky moves and strong technique, matched with outrageous spirit and intensity.
BARE Dance: Shape-shifting and vernacular blending with a prescient focus on the world, epitomizing dance of this millennium.
10 Hairy Legs: Exploring the extraordinary emotional and technical range of male dancers.
Friday, July 10, 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Manuel Vignoulle Dance: Athletic and sensuous, thrilling works connected by unbridled possibility.
Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company: Remarkable virtuosity, musicality, innovation and vibrant humor with highly charismatic performers.
Jennifer Muller/The Works: Powerhouse dance that is engaging, inspirational and evocative, illuminating the human spirit.
Admission to the festival is free. There are no rain dates.
VENUE INFORMATION and FESTIVAL SCHEDULE:
Bryant Park is situated behind the New York Public Library in midtown Manhattan, between 40th and 42nd Streets & Fifth and Sixth Avenues. The park is accessible by B, D, F, or M train to 42nd Street/Bryant Park or the 7 to 5th Avenue.
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